The optometrist's role in managing the cataract patient is vital for successful outcomes.  Preoperative and postoperative considerations are best handled in the optometrist's clinic and it is imperative that OD's understand preoperative considerations, technological advances, IOL options, and postoperative considerations.  This course, using a case-based approach, will provide all of the necessary tools for an optometrist to provide state of the art cataract care.

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Justin Schweitzer, O.D.

Walter Whitley, O.D.

Derek Cunningham, O.D.



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